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Yesterday at San Jose Hockey Now, we spoke with recently-retired Tommy Wingels. In a wide-ranging chat, Wingels revealed why he retired at just 32, talked about the importance of athletes speaking up on issues like Black Lives Matters, and shared how proud he is of good friend Tomas Hertl.

In other San Jose Sharks news…

What do you think of Sam Gagner to the San Jose Sharks? (Locked On Sharks)

Around the NHL…

Brad Marchand defended Tuukka Rask wearing a Boston Police cap in a televised interview. (Boston Hockey Now)

Adrian Dater’s takeaways from the Avalanche exhibition victory over the Wild. (Colorado Hockey Now)

The Penguins may opt to start Tristan Jarry over Matt Murray in Game One. (Pittsburgh Hockey Now)

Anton Stralman returns to play despite prior reservations. (Florida Hockey Now)

Insights into the Islanders’ exhibition win. (NYI Hockey Now)

Nazem Kadri wants the league to give racial issues “more acknowledgment”. (theScore)

5 neutral zone faceoff strategies used by the Boston Bruins. (The Coaches Site)

Two ex-Sharks top Sean McIndoe’s “2020 Old Guy Without a Cup rankings”. (The Athletic)

Greg Wyshynski uncovers more info about the Arizona Coyotes/John Chayka divorce. (ESPN)

How the NHL missed the mark with their gestures to Black lives. (Yahoo! Sports)

The NWHL is targeting a January 2021 return, planning on a full season. (Sportsnet)

John Carlson left the Caps’ exhibition game early. (NHL)

Mike Babcock is back. (University of Vermont)

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Those Locked on Boys and their crazy ideas!

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